Simon & Danielle. Married at Yarra Valley, VIC.

You know it’s going to be a good wedding when you walk in to the room first thing in the morning and the bride

The Robertsons Family.

The Robertsons (see their work here) have been such a blessing in my life since our first coffee at Auction Rooms last

At Home Workshops.

Last November after Paul & Victoria’s wedding here, I headed over to Newcastle to pay the Robertsons a visit

Paul & Victoria. Married in Mulgoa, NSW.

“I always remembered you as the hot blonde that was out of my league. But I’m so glad you had a dose of

2013. Year in Review.

24 Weddings. Maldives, London, Fiji, Thailand, Singapore, Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria.

Jin + Josie. Married at Sun Studios, Sydney.

Jin & Josie wanted a venue that they could make their own. And Sun Studios in Sydney was the perfect blank canvas

Simon & Sarah. Married in London.

“Today was like every other day; I woke up and made you coffee, I was terribly disorganized while you looked

Jolvin & Jolyn. Married in Gum Gully Farm.

I love a wedding with lots of emotion. There’s nothing like witnessing the expression of love from the abundance

Dave & Li. Celebrating 3 years in Hobart, Tasmania.

“Being in love is a good thing, but it is not the best thing. There are many things below it, but there are also

Jia Heng + Adelene. Married.

“I woke up with a peace in my heart, knowing that it was a day that God had made and He was watching over us, as

Lyle & Erin. Married in Fiji.

It’s not very often you see two childhood sweethearts end up getting married. She was 10 & he was 13. And

Noel & Yadira. Married.

Noel & Yadira. Married at Alto, GPO. Featured on Hitched Magazine Issue 2, grab a copy here

Summer in London 2012

I will be in London for the next 6 weeks. Here are some snaps from last summer

Kinfolk Gathering & Flower Potluck. Adelaide.

I’ve never been a big fan of gatherings with new people. As an introvert, I tend to get a bit nervous around new

Hau Wei & Peggen. & Abby.

As Autumn started to bid farewell, we braved the cold and headed to Mount Dandenong in hope of some fog, along with